Category Archives: Communities of Practice

It’s never been about the technology…

Focus on building relationships and engaging in meaningful conversation with stakeholders, and not on the technologies that will be enabling the flow. Otherwise, you may risk throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Continue reading

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Tiptoeing Through The Shallows

An admitted media multi-tasker considers the implications of Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows, and compares Carr’s findings to David Snowden’s Rules of Knowledge. Continue reading

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14 years of “why” is a lot to explain in a nutshell…

An innocent question from my husband about how I know what works in our yard leads to an examination of the principle of tacit knowledge and knowledge transfer. Continue reading

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Lessons on community building from the dog park…

Observations from the local dog park bring to mind parallels between canine interactions and lessons related to building communities of practice. Continue reading

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